Studing abroad at the Duquesne in Dublin program provides a wealth of opportunity:
- UCD Courses and academic calendar aligned with Duquesne
- On-site orientations and residential support at the beautiful St. Michael's House
- Over 200 university clubs and socieities
- Spiritual Life Program, facilitated by Irish Spiritians
- On-site course on Irish Culture, as well as special programs and excursions
- Close proximity to Dublin Airport, offering affordable travel throughout Europe
All students at the Duquesne in Dublin campus must also register for:
STYB: Study Abroad course place holder
HIST 267: Uncovering Ireland (3 Credits)
This course provides an overview of Irish history from the arrival of Christianity up to modern times. Taking a documents-based approach, the course will explore the complexities, themes and modern-day relevance of major issues and events in Irish history such as the plantations, penal laws, the famine, independence, partition, and the outbreak of the Northern Irish troubles in the 1960s and ‘70s. In covering the waves of conquest, conflict, migration, and settlement that have shaped the political and social composition of modern Ireland, the course aims to situate Ireland within the context of European and wider history. Additionally, aspects of Irish culture will be explored through examinations of sport, music, and literature in their modern context.
The cost to study at the University College Dublin is very similar to what a student will pay to study here at Duquesne. This makes studying abroad even easier to budget.
|Tuition and Fees
||Same as Duquesne*
|Housing and Meals
||Same as Duquesne**
|Study Abroad Fee
*Please reference your individual school to confirm the tuition, room and board costs as these costs can very by major.
**Housing will be at the St. Michaels House in double occupance. Breakfast (Monday-Friday), an on-campus meal plan credit to be used at each students discression and special dinners throughout the semester will be provided.